David Willey took 4-7 as England demolished West Indies by eight wickets on Sunday to seal a 3-0 whitewash in the T20 international series.
Captain Eoin Morgan thought the tourists produced the perfect performance as they dismissed their hosts for 71 in St Kitts before reaching their target with 57 balls to spare.
The massive victory came on the back of England's 137-run win in the second T20 international between the two teams when they bowled West Indies out for 45.
"That's as close as we could have got to a perfect performance," said Morgan." Throughout this T20 series we have played extremely well.
"What we have seen over the last two games is individuals standing up and producing match-winning performances.
"Here it was Dave Willey - he is very deceiving with his variations and managed to take advantage of a really slow, tired wicket.
"To bowl the West Indies out for 71 and chase it down in a convincing manner, it creates a great feeling of confidence in the group."
England are 9/4 to win the World Cup, which starts on Friday 24th May. They must name a preliminary 15-man squad for the competition by 23rd April. West Indies can be backed at 16/1 to win the World Cup.
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